Milgard Tuscany Windows Reviews

Explore Milgard Tuscany windows reviews, costs, ratings, and warranty information on this vinyl window. The Milgard Tuscany is the premium vinyl replacement window from Milgard and a step up from their Milgard Styleline window. The Tuscany is probably the company's most popular and best known vinyl window series. The Tuscany is a simple looking vinyl window that performs well.

The Tuscany has a more classic look to it than the Style line, along with even site lines, a higher-quality lock, and aluminum spacer, two vent stops, a better quality exterior screen, and a beefier frame. Milgard Tuscany replacement windows cost 10% to 15% more than the Styleline and includes a better locking mechanism, weep holes and spacer system.

Review By John M. - Site Editor - 2015

Milgard Tuscany Prices

Homeowners can expect to pay window prices somewhere in the neighborhood of $35 to $55 for the Milgard window itself. Milgard Tuscany windows cost 10% to 15% more than the Styleline. Comparatively priced windows include the Ply Gem Pro Series and Reliabilt 3500 Series Windows.

-- Window Itself: $35 to $55 per square foot --

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Milgard Tuscany Ratings

Milgard Tuscany window ratings with a low e glass and argon fills should get a U-factor of roughly .29 and and an SHGC somewhere slightly lower than this. These are pretty decent ratings, someone in the middle of the road for vinyl replacement windows.

The Tuscany is a more energy efficient option over the Milgard Styleline Series and these numbers should drop to .26 U-factor and .25 SHGC with an upgrade to the 3D Max Glass package.

Milgard Tuscany Window Warranty

The Milgard Tuscany offers a Limited Lifetime Warranty on all of their windows (and doors) to the original purchaser. This covers the mainframe and sill and all components and warrants that they are free from manufacturing defects and workmanship. It covers both parts and labor costs and is transferrable to another owner, although the new owner warranty is only good for 10 years from the original date of purchase. As with all replacement and new construction window warranties, there are a number of exclusions that apply to their products that consumers should read in full prior to purchase.

Tuscany Reviews Or Questions

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Milgard Tuscany Windows vs Anlin Del Mar

We are looking to purchase window and sliding door, we are trying to make a choice between the Milgard Tuscany and the Anlin Delmar windows. Could you help us with that? Thanks.
Louis - Homeowner - June 30, 2016

Website Editor's Answer

The Milgard Tuscany and Anlin Del Mar are pretty darn close in terms of quality and price (actually the cost might vary, but it shouldn't by much). I like both windows, although I might opt for the Tuscany myself because I feel like Milgard is a bigger name and easier to find installers and parts down the road. Honestly though, this is a personal preference.

I would say make the decision based on the quality of the installers and company who you are working with over the small difference between the window. This will be a bigger factor down the road than the windows (again because they are so close in quality.)

Response From Editor Jim R. - June 30, 2016

Milgard Tuscany vs. Amerimax Craftsman

Amerimax Craftsman or Millard Tuscany replacements? Same installation with new outside moldings etc. Tuscany runs about 1k less for all 7 windows I want replacing, but stuck with do I save a few bucks and have less of a window or is Tuscany just as good?

David - Homeowner - November, 2017

Website Editor's Answer

David, my own personal opinion is that the Amerimax Craftsman Portrait and Milgard Tuscany are equal in quality, construction, and performance. Assuming you like the way the Tuscany looks compared with the Craftsman Portrait, I say save yourself the $1K. In terms of the windows, you are not sacrificing anything. Obviously, the installation company is something to consider as well.

Editor John M. - November, 2017

Milgard Tuscany vs Pella 250

Which would you recommend, the Milgard Tuscany vs Pella 250 vinyl replacement windows for a home in Oregon.

Nancy - Homeowner - July 26, 2016

Website Editor's Answer

Nancy, I would definitely recommend the Milgard Tuscany over the Pella 250. Milgard has a better reputation in terms of vinyl windows and the Tuscany is one of my favorite west coast picks for a solid mid range vinyl window.

Editor John M. - July 26, 2016

Milgard vs Alside Mezzo

Please rate the Alside Mezzo window and Milgard.

Jim - Homeowner - April 20, 2016

Website Editor's Answer

Jim, the Alside Mezzo is an updated version of their Excalibur - it uses the same frame, but has a different sill. The frame is thinner than their Sheffield model, which is nice. I would put the Mezzo in the mid range vinyl window category. However, as a company, Alside doesn-t have the strongest reputation in general, I would give Milgard the nod in this comparison.

As far as Milgard goes, they make a number of different window models, so I'm not sure which model you were referring to. Their lower end Styleline is probably on par with the Mezzo, while the Tuscany, their most popular, is probably better than the Mezzo.

If it were me, I would get the Milgard Tuscany window in my house over anything that Alside makes.
Response From Editor Jim R. - April 20, 2016

Milgard Tuscany vs Anlin Coronado

Milgard Tuscany or the Anlin Coronado? I'm stuck between which one, any advice? Looking at vinyl double hung frames.
Dave - Homeowner - April 27, 2016

Website Editor's Answer

Dave, the Milgard Tuscany and Anlin Coronado are pretty similar in terms of performance, although I'd probably give the nod to the Coronado series for the number of features and options it offers. If those were my choices (and I like both of these windows), I might pivot from the windows to the installer/company who is doing the work. How do they compare? Reputation? Referrals? Price? Scheduling? Gut feeling?

I think this would be my deciding factor over these two similar windows. Let me know what you go with and what you end up paying so I can share the info with other consumers who may be considering these two quality options.